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Colston, artillery officer with Alexander (Memoirs of Gettysburg and many rare photographs). Allen C. Redwood, of the 55th Virginia, with Stonewall Jackson; later Artist and author (Confederate Reminiscences; Jackson). Brig.-Gen.M. J.Wright; later U. S. War Dept. Agent (Records of the War and statistics). Col. D. G. McIntosh; later Attorney-at-law (Artillery of the Confederacy). Col. T. M. R. Talcott; later Civil Engineer (Reminiscences of the Confederate Engineer service). S. A. Cunningham; later editor Confederate veteran (United Confederate Veterans). Deering J. Roberts, surgeon; later editor Southern Practitioner (Confederate medical service). commander, extending through many years, and the graphic and sure touch conveyable only by such personal intimacy. Nor was it to be expected or desired that Professor William P. Trent, a writer and scholar Southern born, should fail to emphasize the lofty personal traits of his hero, Lee; or that Mr. Allen C. Redwood, whos
Albert D. Shaw,New York,1899 Leo Rassieur,Missouri,1900 Ell Torrence,Minnesota,1901 Thomas J. Stewart,Pennsylvania,1902 John C. Black,Illinois,1903 Wilmon W. Blackmar,Massachusetts,1904 John R. King,Maryland,1904 James Tanner,Dist. of Columbia,1905 Robert B. Brown,Ohio,1906 Charles G. Burton,Missouri,1907 Henry M. Nevius,New Jersey,1908 Samuel R. Van Sant,Minnesota,1909 John E. Gilman,Massachusetts,1910 Hiram M. Trimble,Illinois,1911 The United Confederate Veterans S. A. Cunningham, late Sergeant-Major, Confederate States Army, and Founder and Editor of The Confederate veteran The organization known as the United Confederate Veterans was formed in New Orleans, June 10, 1889. The inception of the idea for a large and united association is credited to Colonel J. F. Shipp, a gallant Confederate, commander of N. B. Forrest Camp, of Chattanooga, Tennessee—the third organized—who was in successful business for years with a Union veteran. Colonel Shipp had gone to